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warmer weather. >> new details on the nasa design to help us understand the univer >>> covering los altos, petaluma and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> starting today, elementary and middle schools in novato will have security cameras. they are spending $120,000 for 48 cameras part of an effort to keep students safe and discourage vandalism to school property. the school district installed cameras at the high school last year. >> a new study released says many girls are entering puberty earlier than ever and obesity could have something to do with it. the concern is that early puberty has been linked to higher risk of breast cancer. researchers looked at 1,200 girls in the bay area and those with a higher body mass index started developing breasts before their thinner friends. the biggest age difference is in caucasian girls at the average age of 9.7 years, four months earlier than previously reported, and african-american girls started at 8.8 years old, not much different. the average age for hispanic girls is 9.3 years and 9.7 years for asian girls, all published online. >> scien
investigation. after the government shutdown furloughed 97% of nasa staff and forced the mars rover to go into sleep mode while congress settled its earthly squabbles, the agency is back up and running. nasa host a press conference today to discuss the next phase in mars exploration. the next mission is known as the mars atmosphere and expiration. it will launch from cape canaveral space station in florida. the mission will last for one earth year and sign to say it will help communications relay between earth and the rover's curiosity and opportunity. it will help researchers understand the history and changes of the red planet's atmosphere. that will do it for now. i will see you back here at 5 p.m. captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >>> hello there and welcome to nhk news. i'm catherine kobayashi in tokyo. >>> china politically sensitive sites. a jeep now plowed through tienemen square. the driver and two passersby were kill
... but anyone can help a foster child. nasa now testing a spacecraft that will take us far beyond the moon. scientist power on the hawaiian florida late last week and they took this photo of that really unique craft. they did running test on the state of the art system. it appears to be performing as expected so far. nasa says this is a major milestone in the final year before flight. orion take off next fall and fly a distance of 15 times farther than the international space station. trip will be unmanned. orion will eventually travel with crews but not initially. >> animal species have been discovered in the rain forest in north west australia. it is surrounded by house size boulder stacked up for 9 miles. rugged terrain using google earth there was a patch of forest they thought might be worth using. they found a new frog. they also found a leaf tail gecko about 8 inches long and blends in with unique ecosystem. scientist believe the area has been untouched by the outside world for thousands if not millions of years. always amazing still places on our planet where we have yet t
with eyeballs that move or odd, icky body parties. these are the brainchild of a former nasa engineer. download your app and attach your smartphone to your t-shirt and you're ready for fright night. clever. >>> coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," the obama administration facing more questions on the glitches of the government's health care website. we'll go to capitol hill. >>> plus, the hot sauce sriracha is sweeping the nation, but the company behind the sauce is feeling the heat. >>> and actor will arnett will be in the studio to tell us all about his new sitcom, "the millers." >>> one final note. congratulations to our own bob schieffer. the host of cbs's "face the nation" was presented with the walter cronkite award for excellence in journalism by the university of arizona tuesday. it recognizies leading journalists, and that he is. >> that's the "cbs morning news" for this wednesday. i'm anne-marie green. thanks for watching. have a great day. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com and i'm frank mallicoat time is 4- >>> your realtime captioner is mrs. linda m. macdonald.
of money to spend to protect the future of humanity. >> reporter: the alternative is to rely on nasa which he says only spots about a thousand asteroids a year that may hit earth when there are actually a million out there. but with the sentinel -- >> you can spot a charcoal against the black sky with sentinel from a distance of ten times as far from los angeles to new york. >> reporter: lou says it's not a matter of if, but when, even a small asteroid can cause massive destruction. these pictures from 1908 in tonguska, russia, are proof. and lou successfully completed two space shuttle missions. he says without this type of project, and we are simply flying blind along with all other countries in the world. he says we really need this type of telescope to give us that warning we need to stop the course of any collision with the world. reporting live, in menlo park, marianne favro, nbc bay area news. >> thank you. >>> it's all up to mother nature now. the big time maverick surf contest is almost here. the contest window opens on friday. you know how this works. competitors can be given as
're going to send it to uc davis university and they send it to the international space station. nasa wants to look at the affects of microgravity on different viruss. they'll get to us and tell us just how dirty our filthy studio is. >> come on, let's go. >> i'm going to come over to al's weather wall because we know how he likes to touch the wall here. probably dirty and gross. >> do you know what we have to do? this m&m jar. >> right. how often do you hear that candy jars are the worst place. >> so many grimy paws in this over the last couple of weeks. >> all right. >> all right. off to the space station. >> here we go. >> let's check back in with al at seaside heights, once again mr. roker. got your germs here. >> reporter: why don't you personally take those samples up there? >> nice. good try. can't get rid of us. >> reporter: all right. thanks, guys. let's show you what we've got. we've got this big storm system out in the rockies. behind it we've got snow. ahead of it we've got a lot of warm, moisture air coming up out of the south. actually reminisces of raymond making its way in t
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